The new studio album from Mary Ann Kennedy "Glaschu" is subtitled Home Town Love Song, and that is indeed what this CD is all about. Mary Ann was born and raised in Glasgow with Gaelic as her first language. And like all Gaels she loves to sing about "home". So here she presents songs and poetry about Glasgow in all its guises.
Camanachd Ghlaschu (The Glasgow Shinty); Oran don ‘Clutha' (Song for the ‘Clutha); 'Orange Parade' An Glaschu (Orange Parade in Glasgow); Margadh an t-Salainn (Song of the Saltmarket); Mother Glasgow; Sraid Sauchiehall / Madainn Dihaoine; When I Came To Glasgow First; Sauchiehall Street / Friday Morning; Oran do Ghlaschu (Song for Glasgow); Sraid Bhochanan (Buchanan Street); Stoirm air a' Bhroomielaw (Storm on the Broomielaw); Horo tha Mi fo Smalan Dheth (Statues, a Goose, and the Morning After); Talla a'’ Bhaile (City Chambers); Paraig nan Dealbh (Peter the Picture); Glaschu Rocach (Glasgow Wrinkled); Soraidh Leibh is Oidhche Mhath Leibh (Goodnight and Farewell).
The booklet is in Gaelic and English.
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